Time: March 23, 2013 from 2pm to 3pm
Location: The Steamboat Stage in Gondola Square
Street: 2305 Mt. Werner Circle
City/Town: Steamboat Springs
Website or Map: http://www.steamboat.com/conc…
Event Type: march
Organized By: Steamboat Ski and Resort
Latest Activity: Mar 22
Formed in 2008, Bronze Radio Return’s line-up took a few years to solidify, though most of the band’s members were orbiting each other for years at the Hartt School, one of the country’s best schools of music, located in Hartford, Connecticut. For debut Old Time Speaker, the band relocated to Nashville for a two-week period, to, as lead vocalist Chris Henderson puts it, “A place we’d never been with a producer we’d never met, and played a bunch of songs we’d never played before.” For such an inauspicious set of circumstances, the band managed a solid and well-received debut, and forged a lasting bond with producer Chad Copelin. Old Time Speaker established the band’s relentless touring schedule, including an invitation to represent the Connecticut music scene by performing for President Obama at an event in Bridgeport, CT in 2010. Fan favorites “Digital Love” and “Lo-Fi” have been picked up for advertising and television licensing and the album landed on CMJ’s Top 200 Album Chart.
The Bear River Terrace showed that it is the place to be, providing the ultimate viewing spot for all the Bud Light Rocks the Boat concerts this past season. Rocks the Boat Concert Series is presented by Bud Light and the Steamboat Ski and Resort Corporation. This Anniversary season in Steamboat is going to be one to remember, so make your vacation plans today. Contact Steamboat Central Reservations at 1-800-922-2722 or online at www.steamboat.com to experience everything Steamboat has to offer this season including special vacation packages and tons of FREE music. All Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concerts are on the Steamboat Stage in Gondola Square are free and open to all ages. Please no outside alcohol or dogs.